Tag Archive: Leadership Development

The Heart of Time Management

Everything feels urgent to a person without priorities. You master life when you master time management. When everything is a priority, you run around with your hair on fire. The heart of time… Continue reading

5 Simple Ways to Improve Meetings

Meetings are dead ends when talking creates the illusion of action. 5 simple ways to improve meetings: #1. Determine purpose. Cancel the meeting when you don’t know why you’re meeting. Discussions waste time.… Continue reading

3 Powers of Proactive Worry

Worry isn’t just in your head. You feel worry in your body. Some have stomach issues, others neck and shoulder pain. Chronic worry triggers ‘stress hormones’ that elevate your heart and breathing, raise… Continue reading

3 Destructive Lies about Feelings

Two-year olds do what they feel. You’re doomed until you learn to live beyond feelings. You’re unstable when feelings control you. You’re unpredictable until character – not emotion – guides action. When you… Continue reading

5 Ungrateful People

#1. Bob Betterman. Bob is an expert faultfinder. He’s ungrateful because no one measures up. He sees weaknesses in everyone. #2. Sam Firstboy. Sam won’t say it, but he believes people exist to… Continue reading

3 Reasons Smart Leaders Tell Stories – How You Can Too

“We’re all stories in the end.” Steven Moffat Tell your story even though every human story already happened. You are the only unique thing in your story. 3 reasons smart leaders tell stories: #1.… Continue reading